apothecary

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What I like about Mr. Fleurant, my apothecary, is that his bills are always civil.

So that, if your little girl were old enough, you would give her to an apothecary?

For Tom, after much cogitation, the profession of an apothecary had been selected.

Every man's house is now not only his castle, but his apothecary shop.

He was the son of an apothecary of Rudkjobing, in the province of Larzeland.

And Peter went off to the apothecary for his pretexted drugs.

Huston's, the apothecary, always full of people at post hour.

The apothecary was then paid for his trouble, and sent away.

Again the apothecary examined the body, and again he shook his head dolefully.

But the apothecary, cringing and smiling, faltered that he was—that he was coming to the house.

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